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91 Friday, January 27, 2023 Students will have a vocabulary assessment for "There Will Come Soft Rains." Afterward, we review the timeline of the story and discuss style techniques utilized by Bradbury. Then, students will need to proofread and edit short essay responses for a formative assessment. Next week, students will work on a new RAD and we will complete an in-class exercise on writing plans. "There Will Come Soft Rains" "There Will Come Soft Rains"
90 Thursday, January 26, 2023 SSR time allotted the first 10 minutes of class. Students turn in will Google Classroom choices to demonstrate close reading of "TWCSR". Then, we will discuss critical thinking questions and review for tomorrow's vocabulary assessment. We will have a vocabulary assessment on Fri., 1/27 for "There Will Come Soft Rains." Then, we will complete an in-class exercise on writing plans. "There Will Come Soft Rains" "There Will Come Soft Rains"
89 Wednesday, January 25, 2023 During the first half of class, students will select one of the Google Classroom choices to demonstrate close reading of "TWCSR". Then, we will work on critical thinking questions. Bring SSR selections this Thurs. This week, we will read "There Will Come Soft Rains" and work on questions and vocabulary pertaining to the short story. We will have a vocabulary assessment on Fri., 1/27 for "There Will Come Soft Rains." "There Will Come Soft Rains" "There Will Come Soft Rains"
88 Tuesday, January 24, 2023 Students will independently read "There Will Come Soft Rains." Afterwards, students will select one of the Google Classroom choices to demonstrate close reading. On Wed., 1/25, students will complete their demonstration of close reading for TWCSR. Bring SSR selections this Thurs. This week, we will read "There Will Come Soft Rains" and work on questions and vocabulary pertaining to the short story. We will have a vocabulary assessment on Fri., 1/27 for "There Will Come Soft Rains." "There Will Come Soft Rains" "There Will Come Soft Rains"
87 Monday, January 23, 2023 Students will discuss this week's literary term, "satire." Then, we will complete our pre-reading discussion about "There Will Come Soft Rains." Bring SSR selections this Tues. and Thurs. This week, we will read "There Will Come Soft Rains" and work on questions and vocabulary pertaining to the short story. There Will Come Soft Rains
86 Friday, January 20, 2023 Students will have the first half of class to proofread, edit, and make finishing touches on argumentative essays. We will also preview "There Will Come Soft Rains." On Mon., 1/23, we will read "There Will Come Soft Rains."
85 Thursday, January 19, 2023 Students will need fully charged, school approved chromebooks in order to complete their writing checkpoint assessment. Students will work during class today to proofread and edit their writing checkpoint assessment. If students finish early, they may read SSR selections. On Fri., 1/20, we will discuss and preview "There Will Come Soft Rains." Argumentative graphic organizer
84 Wednesday, January 18, 2023 Students will need fully charged, school approved chromebooks for two-day writing checkpoint assessment. On Thurs., 1/19, students will need fully charged, school approved chromebooks to complete their checkpoint assessment which includes short response questions and a five paragraph argumentative essay. Bring SSR selections. Argumentative graphic organizer
83 Tuesday, January 17, 2023 Students will discuss counterclaims, rebuttals, argumentative graphic organizer, and literary terms. On Wed., 1/18 and Thurs., 1/19, students will need fully charged, school approved chromebooks for two-day writing checkpoint assessment. Students will work during both class periods on short response questions and a five paragraph argumentative essay. Bring SSR selections. Argumentative graphic organizer
Friday, January 13, 2023 Snow day! On Tues., 1/17 and Wed., 1/18, students will take an in-class assessment which will include drafting an argumentative essay. Counterclaim & Rebuttal
82 Thursday, January 12, 2023 First, SSR time will be allotted.Students will complete discussion and review ethos, pathos, and logos. We will also address using counterclaim and rebuttal in argumentative essays. On Fri., 1/13, students will complete review of counterclaims, rebuttals, and literary terms. Counterclaim & Rebuttal
81 Wednesday, January 11, 2023 Students will continue review of ethos, pathos, and logos. SSR time will be allotted. On Thurs., 1/12 bring SSR materials and prepare to discuss how to use counterclaims. On Fri., 1/13, we will review literary terms.
80 Tuesday, January 10, 2023 Students will comment and highlight the review of midterm writing document. Then, working with assigned partner, students will complete the similarities, differences, and rubrics for each sample. Bring SSR selections to class, especially Wed., 1/11 - Fri.,1/13; we discuss counterclaims and also review Aristotle's Rules of Rhetoric.
79 Monday, January 9, 2023 Students will review literary term, "paradox." Then, with assigned partners, students will review midterm writing. On Tues., 1/10, we will continue to review results from our midterm and evaluate/critique student writing samples. Bring SSR selections to class, especially Wed., 1/11 - Fri.,1/13; we discuss counterclaims and also review Aristotle's Rules of Rhetoric.
78 Friday, January 6, 2023 Students will discuss RAD 5. SSR time will be allotted if time permits. On Mon., 1/9 and Tues., 1/10, we will review results from our midterm and evaluate/critique student writing samples. We will review Aristotle's Rules of Rhetoric and the literary term, "paradox." Wed., 1/11 - Fri., 1/13, we will review Aristotle's Rules of Rhetoric and begin argumentative writing. RAD 5 Soccer
77 Thursday, January 5, 2023 Students will complete and turn in annotations RAD 5. Then, students will complete and submit written responses to Google Classroom. SSR time will be allotted for those who complete and turn in their work. On Fri., 1/6, students need to turn in and prepare to discuss this week's RAD; On Mon., 1/9, we will review results from our midterm and evaluate/critique student writing samples. RAD 5 Soccer
76 Wednesday, January 4, 2023 Students review key reading and writing targets from first semester and take part in a quick thinking activity. Wed., 1/4, students will read and annotate a new RAD. Thurs., 1/5, students need to bring SSR selections and will also work to complete their written responses for this week's RAD. On Fri., 1/6, students need to turn in and prepare to discuss this week's RAD and time will be allotted for SSR. RAD 5 Soccer
75 Tuesday, January 3, 2023 Students review key reading and writing targets from first semester and take part in a quick thinking activity. Wed., 1/4, students will read and annotate a new RAD. Thurs., 1/5, students need to bring SSR selections and will also work to complete their written responses for this week's RAD. On Fri., 1/6, students need to turn in and prepare to discuss this week's RAD and time will be allotted for SSR.
74 Wednesday, December 14, 2022 Students will take midterm from 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM on Wed., 12/14. We will review writing plans, transitions, literary terms, structures, characters, conclusions, and multiple-choice questions. Enjoy Winter Break!
73 Tuesday, December 13, 2022 Students will complete preparations for midterms. We will review writing plans, transitions, literary terms, structures, characters, conclusions, and multiple-choice questions. The midterm for ELA 10 consists of reading comparative literature passages, answering multiple choice questions, and composing a five-paragraph essay. Students will need to have a fully-charged, school-approved chromebook for their scheduled exam. Tenth period exam is scheduled from 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM on Wed., 12/14.
72 Monday, December 12, 2022 Students will work to complete writing plans and discuss introductions and conclusions for their coming English midterms. The midterm for ELA 10 consists of reading comparative literature passages, answering multiple choice questions, and composing a five-paragraph essay. Students will need to have a fully-charged, school-approved chromebook for their scheduled exam. Tenth period exam is scheduled from 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM on Wed., 12/14.
71 Friday, December 9, 2022 Students will work to complete writing plans and discuss introductions and conclusions for their coming English midterms. The midterm for ELA 10 consists of reading comparative literature passages, answering multiple choice questions, and composing a five-paragraph essay. Students will need to have a fully-charged, school-approved chromebook for their scheduled exam.
70 Thursday, December 8, 2022 Assigned partners will work on a Venn diagram for the wolf and the pigs. Then, we will complete the follow-up activity in Google Classroom for the modern version of "The Three Little Pigs." Lastly, we will preview tomorrow's writing plan activity. On Fri., 12/9, we will review how to analyze different viewpoints in classic stories as we prepare for our midterm. The midterm for ELA 10 consists of reading comparative literature passages, answering multiple choice questions, and composing a five-paragraph essay. Students will need to have a fully-charged, school-approved chromebook for their scheduled exam.
69 Wednesday, December 7, 2022 With an assigned partner, students will finish constructing their own fake quiz to share with peers. Then, we will hear the another side of "The Three Little Pigs," the wolf's side. Lastly, students will work on a Venn diagram for the wolf. On Thurs., 12/8 and Fri., 12/9, we will review how to analyze different viewpoints in classic stories as we prepare for our midterm. The midterm for ELA 10 consists of reading comparative literature passages, answering multiple choice questions, and composing a five-paragraph essay. Students will need to have a fully-charged, school-approved chromebook for their scheduled exam. Original Three Little Pigs
68 Tuesday, December 6, 2022 With an assigned partner, students will be assessed on the recent comma rules we have covered in class. Then, we will focus on the original "Three Little Pigs," and students will practice answering reading questions similar to those on their midterm which pertain to tone, structure, and literary devices. Wed., 12/7 -- Fri., 12/9, we will review how to analyze different viewpoints in classic stories as we prepare for our midterm. The midterm for ELA 10 consists of reading comparative literature passages, answering multiple choice questions, and composing a five-paragraph essay. Students will need to have a fully-charged, school-approved chromebook for their scheduled exam. Original Three Little Pigs
67 Monday, December 5, 2022 Students will work with partners to review for tomorrow's comma quiz. Also, we will review tone and structure. We will have a comma quiz on Tues.,12/6. We will also review how to analyze different viewpoints in classic stories as we prepare for our midterm.
66 Friday, December 2, 2022 First, students will take the "Needs" and "On Compassion" Vocabulary Assessment. Then, students will have their RAD assessments redirected to them in order to review their responses and resubmit. If time permits, students will also work independently on the tone and structure review exercise. Next week, students will have a comma quiz on Tues., 12/6. We will also review how to analyze different viewpoints in classic stories as we prepare for our midterm.
65 Thursday, December 1, 2022 Students will complete and review recent RAD assessment. Then, we will continue working with assigned grammar partners on the second comma usage exercise. If time permits, we will review for tomorrow's vocabulary assessment. On Fri., 12/2, we will have a vocabulary assessment and review literary terms: tone, structure, and theme.
64 Wednesday, November 30, 2022 Students will review recent RAD assessment and begin working with assigned grammar partners on comma usage exercises. On Thurs., 12/1, we will continue reviewing comma usage and vocabulary terms. On Fri., 12/2, we will have a vocabulary assessment and review literary terms: tone, structure, and theme.
63 Tuesday, November 29, 2022 Students will take a warm reading assessment on their second quarter RADs #3 and #4. Then, students will have time for SSR or vocabulary practice. On Wed., 11/30 and Thurs., 12/1, we will continue reviewing comma usage and vocabulary terms. On Fri., 12/2, we will have a vocabulary assessment and review literary terms: tone, structure, and theme.
62 Monday, November 28, 2022 Students will have reading time allotted. Students may wish to review second quarter RADs. Then, we will review comma rules. Tues., 11/29, students will be assessed on second quarter RADs #3 and #4. We will continue reviewing comma usage and vocabulary terms. On Fri., 12/2, we will have a vocabulary assessment and review literary terms: tone, structure, and theme.
61 Tuesday, November 22, 2022 Students will complete the work for small group progressive stories in a shared Google Document. There will be an emphasis on structure, continuity, character development, plot, theme, and dialogue. If time permits, students will also complete an imagery exercise. Study new vocabulary list in Google Classroom. We will review comma usage after Thanksgiving break.
60 Monday, November 21, 2022 Students will work in small groups on progressive story telling exercise. There will be an emphasis on structure, continuity, character development, plot, theme, and dialogue. On Tues., 11/22, students need to bring their SSR selection and read for the first 15 minutes of class and prepare for imagery exercise.
59 Friday, November 18, 2022 Students will work with assigned partner on "Needs" and "On Compassion" multiple-choice assessment. Then, we will follow up with analysis of how to closely read and select the best response. On Mon., 11/21, students need to bring their SSR selection and read for the first 15 minutes of class. On Compassion text questions
58 Thursday, November 17, 2022 Students will complete reading "On Compassion" and follow up with class discussion. Analyze "hyperbole." On Fri., 11/18, we will practice reading multiple choice questions.
57 Wednesday, November 16, 2022 Students will review and discuss "Needs." We will also analyze "hyperbole." On Thurs., 11/17, we will read "On Compassion." Fri., 11/18, we will practice reading multiple choice questions. Needs 3 level guide
56 Tuesday, November 15, 2022 Students will preview and read "Needs." We will also analyze "hyperbole." On Wed., 11/16, we will read "Needs." On Thurs., 11/17, we will read "On Compassion." Fri., 11/18, we will practice reading multiple choice questions. Needs 3 level guide
55 Monday, November 14, 2022 Students who need to do so will have time to complete and submit their in-class writing checkpoint assessment. Others will work on new vocabulary terms and sustained silent reading. On Tues., 11/15, students will review "hyperbole" and how to use spell check properly in Google documents. On Wed., 11/16, we will read "Needs." On Thurs., 11/17, we will read "On Compassion." Fri., 11/18, we will practice reading multiple-choice questions.
54 Friday, November 11, 2022 Students need to have school-approved chromebooks today and complete and submit their in-class writing checkpoint assessment. Study new vocabulary terms in Google Classroom for the upcoming stories next week.
53 Thursday, November 10, 2022 Students need to have school-approved chromebooks today and tomorrow since we will begin an in-class writing checkpoint. On Fri., 11/11, during class, students will complete their writing checkpoint assessment. In case students complete their checkpoints early, they need to bring SSR materials to class Friday.
52 Wednesday, November 9, 2022 Students will discuss this week's RAD and turn in paper copy with annotations as well as written response in Google Classroom. We will discuss this week's literary term, "metaphor." This week bring SSR choices.On Thurs., 11/10 and Fri., 11/11, during class, students will need school-approved chromebooks to complete the next writing checkpoint assessment.
51 Tuesday, November 8, 2022 Students will type written responses for this week's RAD in Google Classroom. Be sure to proofread, edit, and turn in. Also, turn in your paper copy with annotations. Be ready to discuss tomorrow. This week bring SSR choices. On Wed., 11/9, students will discuss the new RAD. On Thurs., 11/10 and Fri., 11/11, during class, students will complete the next writing checkpoint assessment. RAD Veterans
50 Monday, November 7, 2022 Students will receive new RAD to read and annotate. This week bring SSR choices. On Mon., 11/7 -- Wed., 11/9, students will read, annotate, respond, and discuss a new RAD. On Thurs., 11/10 and Fri., 11/11, during class, students will complete the next writing checkpoint assessment. RAD Veterans
49 Friday, November 4, 2022 Students need to have a school-approved chromebook ready for today's cold reading checkpoint assessment. SSR time allotted or continue drafting writing plan. Next Mon., 11/7, we will complete, review, and discuss student's writing plan. Also, Mon., 11/7 - Wed., 11/9, students will read, annotate, respond, and discuss a new RAD. On Thurs., 11/10 and Fri., 11/11, during class, students will complete the next writing checkpoint assessment.
48 Thursday, November 3, 2022 Students will receive paper copies of a prompt and a graphic organizer to complete a writing plan, only. This exercise is only meant to draft an intro, three claims, and six citations. All paperwork is due at the end of today's class. SSR time will be allotted for those who complete their work. On Fri., 11/4, students need a school-approved chromebook since we will have a cold reading checkpoint assessment.
47 Wednesday, November 2, 2022 Students need fully charged chromebooks for their vocabulary assessment on King and Wiesel passages. Then, continue working on reading and annotating King and Wiesel passages and begin their writing plan. On Thurs., 11/3, students will work on writing plan. On Fri., 11/4, students need a school-approved chromebook since we will have a cold reading checkpoint assessment.
46 Tuesday, November 1, 2022 Students will receive King and Wiesel passages to read and annotate. Practice new vocabulary list. On Wed., 11/2 finish annotating passages and take vocabulary assessment. On Thurs., 11/3, students will work on writing plan. On Fri., 11/4, students need a school-approved chromebook since we will have a cold reading checkpoint assessment.
45 Monday, October 31, 2022 Students will discuss new literary term: "irony." Then, we will partake in two-sentence Halloween stories. Lastly, we will practice our new vocabulary list. On Tues., 11/1, we will continue vocabulary review, SSR time, and read and annotate the King and Wiesel passages. On Wed., finish annotating passages and take vocabulary assessment. On Thurs., 11/3, students will work on writing plan. On Fri., 11/4, we will have a cold reading assessment in Edulastic.
44 Friday, October 28, 2022 Students will work to complete their responsibilities for the play Twelve Angry Men. Everyone must be fully engaged. Cell phones or chromebooks need to be in backpacks. On Mon., 10/31, we will partake in a class reading activity. On Fri., 11/4, we will have a cold reading assessment.
43 Thursday, October 27, 2022 Students will continue fulfilling their responsibilities for the play Twelve Angry Men. Everyone must be fully engaged. Cell phones or chromebooks need to be in backpacks. We will also review ethos, pathos, and logos. On Fri., 10/28, students will finish reading Act 2 and follow up with a class discussion activity.
42 Wednesday, October 26, 2022 Students will begin responsibilities for the play Twelve Angry Men. Everyone must be fully engaged. Cell phones or chromebooks need to be in backpacks. We will also introduce: ethos, pathos, and logos. On Thurs., 10/27, we will have a quick review of ethos, pathos, and logos and continue reading Act 2 of Twelve Angry Men aloud in class. Finish Act 2 on Fri., 10/28.
41 Tuesday, October 25, 2022 Students will analyze the character list for Twelve Angry Men. Everyone must be assigned a responsibility for the play. On Wed., 10/26, finish Act 1 introduce: ethos, pathos, and logos. Bring new SSR selection all week. On Thurs., 10/27, we will have a quick review of ethos, pathos, and logos and continue reading Act 2 of Twelve Angry Men aloud in class. Finish Act 2 on Fri., 10/28.
40 Monday, October 24, 2022 Students will finish pre-reading discussion for Twelve Angry Men. Review character list and identify main characteristics of each juror. Then, we will analyze the literary term, "diction." On Tues., 10/25 we will begin reading Twelve Angry Men aloud in class. On Wed., 10/26, finish Act 1 introduce: ethos, pathos, and logos. Bring new SSR selection all week. On Thurs., 10/27, we will have a quick review of ethos, pathos, and logos and continue reading Act 2 of Twelve Angry Men aloud in class. Finish Act 2 on Fri., 10/28. 12 AM Anticipation Guide
39 Friday, October 21, 2022 Students will work to complete paragraph revision. Review teacher's rubric and Google Classroom comments and suggestions. Then, we will preview Twelve Angry Men. Next week, we will read Twelve Angry Men aloud in class. Prepare to sign up for assignment responsibilities. Revision activity
38 Thursday, October 20, 2022 Students work to revise one paragraph of recent expository essays. Review teacher's rubric and Google Classroom comments and suggestions. On Fri., 10/21, we will preview the play Twelve Angry Men. Revision activity
37 Wednesday, October 19, 2022 Students will participate in a class discussion about "Junk Food" RAD #3. We will explain tomorrow's paragraph revision exercise and new SSR selections. On Thurs., 10/20, students will complete one revised paragraph in Google Classroom. On Fri., 10/21, we will preview the play Twelve Angry Men. Junk food RAD
36 Tuesday, October 18, 2022 Students will have time to write two or more paragraphs for their written response for "Junk Food" RAD in Google Classroom. Take time to proofread before turning in final draft. SSR time or vocabulary practice allotted. On Wed., 10/19, students will discuss RAD #3 and time will be allotted to revise one paragraph from recent expository essays. Thurs., 10/20, complete revised paragraph in Google Classroom. On Fri., 10/21, we will discuss RAD #3 and preview the play Twelve Angry Men. Junk food RAD
35 Monday, October 17, 2022 Analyze literary term, "mood." Read and annotate "Junk Food" RAD. On Tues., 10/18, SSR time allotted as well as written response time for to "Junk Food" RAD in Google Classroom. On Wed., 10/19, students will discuss RAD #3 and time will be allotted to revise one paragraph from recent expository essays. Thurs., 10/20, complete revised paragraph in Google Classroom. On Fri., 10/21, introduction to the play Twelve Angry Men. Junk food RAD
34 Thursday, October 13, 2022 Students who still need to turn in their essays or make up any assignment will do so during class time. Others will be given a new journal prompt. Then, students will work together to solve a logic riddle. Lastly, if time permits, we will practice our new vocabulary terms. We begin second quarter on Mon., 10/17. We will begin reading the play Twelve Angry Men in class next week.
33 Tuesday, October 11, 2022 Students need to have chromebooks charged and ready to go for today's warm read assessment in Edulastic. Be sure to bring annotated RAD articles for reference while testing. After the test, SSR or expository essay completion time will be allotted. Bring SSR materials this week. On Thurs., 10/13, we will practice new vocabulary words.
32 Monday, October 10, 2022 Students need to locate annotated RAD's and review for tomorrow's assessment. Analyze literary term, "imagery." Tues., 10/11 students may use annotated RAD's for their assessment. Bring SSR materials this week. On Thurs., 10/13, we will practice new vocabulary words. Expository writing checklist
31 Friday, October 7, 2022 Students need fully charged chromebooks for our cold reading assessment today. If time permits, students may read SSR materials or work on essays. After proofreading, editing, and reviewing the checklist, students need to turn in final expository essay at the start of class on Mon., 10/10. Expository Rubric
30 Thursday, October 6, 2022 Students will work to complete expository essays. Review checklist and turn in paper rubrics prior to submitting final drafts in Google Classroom. Fri., 10/7, students need fully charged school-approved chromebooks for our cold reading assessment. May bring SSR materials. Expository Rubric
29 Tuesday, October 4, 2022 Students will continue expository writing workshop and today we will analyze new literary terms: "connotation" and "denotation." We will finish discussing body paragraphs and move onto introductions. Students need to complete their graphic organizer and finish drafting for their expository essay by Thurs., 10/6. Fri., 10/7 students will take a cold reading assessment and bring SSR selections. Expository Rubric
28 Monday, October 3, 2022 Students will continue expository writing workshop and today we will analyze new literary terms: "connotation" and "denotation". focus on drafting body paragraphs. This week, we will continue our expository writing workshop. on Tues., 10/4, we will review introductions for expository writing. Students need to complete their graphic organizer and finish drafting for their expository essay by Thurs., 10/6. Fri., 10/7 students will take a cold reading assessment and bring SSR selections. Expository Rubric
27 Friday, September 30, 2022 Students will take Vocabulary #1 assessment. Then, time will be allotted to select expository writing prompt and planning essays. Next week, we will continue our expository writing workshop. On Tues., 10/4, students need to complete and turn in the graphic organizer for their expository essay. Final expository essay draft is due Thurs., 10/6. Expository Rubric
26 Thursday, September 29, 2022 Students will work on their graphic organizers for their upcoming expository essays. Then, we will review for tomorrow's Vocabulary #1 assessment. On Fri., 9/30, students will have Vocabulary #1 assessment and SSR time will be allotted. Next week, we will continue our expository writing workshop. On Tues., 10/4, students need to complete and turn in the graphic organizer for their expository essay. Final expository essay draft is due Thurs., 10/6. Expository Rubric
25 Wednesday, September 28, 2022 Students need to have chromebooks charged because we will take a warm reading assessment in Edulastic for "Prosperity" and "The Chase." Afterwards, students may complete today's journal entry in Google Classroom; begin their graphic organizers for their upcoming expository essays, or practice learning their Vocabulary #1 list. Thurs., 9/29, we will continue our expository writing workshop. On Fri., 9/30, students will have Vocabulary #1 assessment and SSR time will be allotted. Expository Rubric
24 Tuesday, September 27, 2022 Students will preview upcoming expository writing. Now moved to Wed., 9/28, warm reading assessment for "Prosperity" and "The Chase." We will continue our expository writing workshop this week. On Wed., 9/28, students will have timed journaling. On Fri., 9/30, students will have Vocabulary #1 assessment and SSR time will be allotted.
23 Friday, September 23, 2022 Students will complete a timed journal writing. Then, we will review and discuss the reader's guide for "The Chase." We will also review "Prosperity." If time permits, we will preview upcoming expository writing. The next warm reading assessment will be Tues., 9/27 for "Prosperity" and "The Chase."
22 Thursday, September 22, 2022 Students will begin class with timed journaling. Then, we will discuss "The Chase" and complete the reader's guide in Google Classroom. On Fri., 9/23, we will discuss upcoming expository writing. The next warm reading assessment will be Tues., 9/27 for "Prosperity" and "The Chase."
21 Wednesday, September 21, 2022 SSR time will be allotted. Then, we will read "The Chase" and work on the reader's guide and discuss the story. Complete the reader's guide and discussion on Thurs., 9/22. On Fri., 9/23, we will discuss upcoming expository writing. The next warm reading assessment will be Tues., 9/27 for "Prosperity" and "The Chase."
20 Tuesday, September 20, 2022 Student pictures are scheduled during class today. In Google Classroom, students will complete discussion question from the reader's guide for "Prosperity." Lastly, we will also complete timed writing for journal entry #7. We will read "The Chase" on Wed., 9/21 and complete the reader's guide and discussion on Thurs., 9/22. On Fri., 9/23, we will discuss upcoming expository writing. The next warm reading assessment will be Tues., 9/27 for "Prosperity" and "The Chase."
19 Monday, September 19, 2022 We will review the literary term, "anecdote." Also, we will read, "Prosperity" and complete the reader's guide. School pictures will be taken during your English class on Tues., 9/20. Students will have another reading assessment now moved to next Tues., 9/27 for "Prosperity" and "The Chase."
18 Friday, September 16, 2022 SSR time will be allotted at the start of class. Then, students will discuss RAD #2 and turn in annotated copies and their written responses. Next week, we will read two new short essays from The Bedford Reader. School pictures will be taken during your English class on Tues., 9/20. Students will have another reading assessment on Fri., 9/23 for "Prosperity" and "The Chase."
17 Thursday, September 15, 2022 Students will journal and complete the written response in Google Classroom for RAD #2. On Fri., 9/16, RAD #2 will be due and students need to prepare for discussion. ELA 10 RAD 2 Cellphones
16 Wednesday, September 14, 2022 Be sure chromebooks are charged for your first reading assessment in Edulastic on "Fish Cheeks" and "Champion of the World." Students may continue reading and annotating RAD 2, "Cellphones." On Thurs., 9/15, students will journal and complete the written response in Google Classroom for RAD #2. Fri., 9/16, RAD #2 will be due and students need to prepare for discussion. ELA 10 RAD 2 Cellphones
15 Tuesday, September 13, 2022 Students will have time allotted for SSR. We will also discuss how to prepare for tomorrow's reading assessment on "Fish Cheeks" and "Champion of the World." Students will begin reading and annotating RAD 2, "Cellphones." For Wed., 9/14, students need to have fully charged chromebooks since we will have our first reading assessment in Edulastic on "Fish Cheeks" and " Champion of the World." On Thurs., 9/15, students will journal and complete the written response in Google Classroom for RAD #2. Fri., 9/16, RAD #2 will be due and students need to prepare for discussion. ELA 10 RAD 2 Cellphones
14 Monday, September 12, 2022 Students will complete reading and discussing "Champion of the World." Then, we will work to complete the reading guide in Google Classroom and discuss "apostrophe." On Tues., 9/13, students need have SSR time allotted and vocabulary and literary terms review. For Wed., 9/14, students need to have fully charged chromebooks since we will have our first reading assessment in Edulastic on "Fish Cheeks" and " Champion of the World." Also, on Wed., 9/14, students will receive RAD #2 to read and annotate. On Thurs., 9/15, students will journal and complete the writing for RAD #2. Fri., 9/16, RAD #2 will be due and students need to prepare for discussion.
13 Friday, September 9, 2022 Students will read "Champion of the World." Then, we will work to complete the reading guide in Google Classroom. On Mon., 9/12, we start class with SSR time; then review literary and vocabulary terms. Tues., 9/13, students need to have fully charged chromebooks since we will have our first reading assessment in Edulastic on "Fish Cheeks" and " Champion of the World." Wed., 9/14, we will have SSR time and a receive a new RAD #2 to read and annotate. On Thurs., 9/15, students will journal and complete the writing for RAD #2. Fri., 9/16, RAD #2 will be due and students need to prepare for discussion.
12 Thursday, September 8, 2022 Students will begin with journaling time allotted. We will preview "Champion of the World." Then, discuss tone, structure, and theme. On Fri., 9/9, we will wrap up our discussion and reading notes for Maya Angelou's "Champion of the World." Then, we will review Vocabulary Set #1 and "What's Going on in This Picture?"
11 Wednesday, September 7, 2022 Students will begin with SSR time allotted. We will continue reviewing and discussing the reader's guide questions in Google Classroom for Amy Tan's "Fish Cheeks." On Thurs., 9/8 - Fri., 9/9, we will read and discuss Maya Angelou's "Champion of the World."
10 Tuesday, September 6, 2022 Students will begin with timed journaling. Then, we will preview and begin reading Amy Tan's "Fish Cheeks." Students need to be prepared for class with their own book of choice and a charged chromebook. On Wed., 9/7, we will read "Fish Cheeks" and on Thurs., 9/8 - Fri., 9/9, we will read "Champion of the World."
9 Thursday, September 1, 2022 Students will begin with timed writing for journal #3 and SSR time. Then, we will begin our vocabulary practice for our first set of terms. For Week 3, 9/6 - 9/9, students need to be prepared for class with their own book of choice and a charged chromebook. On Tues., 9/6 - Wed., 9/7, we will read "Fish Cheeks" and on Thurs., 9/8 - Fri., 9/9, we will read "Champion of the World."
8 Wednesday, August 31, 2022 Students will begin with SSR time.Then, those who wish will may begin discussing their thoughts and written responses about this week's RAD. On Thurs., 9/1, students may journal or read silently at the start of class. Then, we will receive Vocabulary Set #1 and begin discussing and analyzing terms.
7 Tuesday, August 30, 2022 First, students will begin with journaling in Google Classroom. Then, there will be time to draft written responses for this week's RAD. Lastly, we will discuss "anaphora." On Wed., 8/31, bring a book of your choice for sustained silent reading. Written responses for this week's RAD are due in Google Classroom at the start of class on Wed., 8/31. Be sure to proofread and come prepared to discuss your thoughts. On Thurs., 9/1, students may journal or read silently at the start of class. Then, we will receive Vocabulary Set #1 and begin discussing and analyzing terms.
6 Monday, August 29, 2022 Students will be allotted SSR time. Then, we will discuss "anaphora." Lastly, we will introduce RAD. We will begin with reading and annotating. Students will continue working on their written responses for Read and Discuss, (RAD) which will be due on Wed., 8/31, when students will discuss their RAD articles. Also, on Wed., 8/31, we will continue On Thurs., 9/1, we will introduce new vocabulary words. ELA 10 & Honors Literary elements RAD #1
5 Friday, August 26, 2022 Students will discuss positive reading associations and review the various book genres for SSR. Select a book of personal choice and bring to class on Monday, August 29th. From Mon., 8/29 - Wed., 8/31, students will begin Read and Discuss, (RAD). Also next week, we will continue journaling, literary terms, and new vocabulary words.
4 Thursday, August 25, 2022 We will discuss journaling and practice timed writing in Google Classroom today. On Fri., 8/26, we will discuss how to select a book for SSR. Students need to have chromebooks charged and ready to go for class every day. Select a book of personal choice and bring to class on Monday, August 29th.
3 Wednesday, August 24, 2022 We will practice and review ways to improve vocabulary skills. We will begin with clamor and ploy. Students need to have chromebooks charged and ready to go for class every day. Select a book of personal choice and bring to class on Monday, August 29th.
2 Tuesday, August 23, 2022 We will discuss what you recall from last year's ELA course, and students will set new goals for this year. Begin weekly literary term review, #1,"allusion." Students need to have chromebooks charged and ready to go for class every day. Select a book of personal choice and bring to class on Monday, August 29th. ELA 10 Honors Setting Goals
1 Monday, August 22, 2022 We will begin with introductions and review the following topics: assigned seating, course overview, and school policies. Then, we will preview literary terms. Students need to have chromebooks charged and ready to go for class every day. Select a book of personal choice and bring to class on Monday, August 29th. ELA 10 policies
Monday, August 1, 2022 Students need to be ready to reflect about what they learned last year and set goals for the new school year. Everyone needs to read an age-appropriate book and be prepared to share highlights. Also, be on the lookout for another book of your choice or a library book by Monday, August 29th.